Publication - Statistics

Scottish Health Survey 2013 - volume 2: technical report

Published: 2 Dec 2014
ISBN:
9781784129439

Presents information on the methodology and fieldwork for the Scottish Health Survey 2013.

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Scottish Health Survey 2013 - volume 2: technical report
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Table 1.4 Summary of adults' individual response to the survey, by sex

Estimated adult sample ('set' of adults aged 16 and over)a

2013

Individual response

Men

Women

All adults

N

%

N

%

N

%

Interviewed

2140

51%

2754

60%

4894

56%

Non responding

In co-operating households

610

15%

279

6%

889

10%

In non-responding households

1413

34%

1531

34%

2944

34%

Height

1893

45%

2369

52%

4262

49%

Weight

1863

45%

2324

51%

4187

48%

Eligible for biological moduleb

872

21%

953

21%

1825

21%

Completed biological module

551

78%

703

81%

1254

80%

Waist/hip

534

76%

658

76%

1192

76%

Blood pressure

535

76%

674

78%

1209

77%

Saliva

521

74%

634

73%

1155

73%

Urine

472

67%

576

66%

1048

67%

Base:

Set sample: all main and boost adults

4163

4564

8727

Set sample: biological module

705

869

1574

a For the method of estimating the adult 'set' sample, see Section 1.6.3. Estimated bases have been rounded
b A sub-sample of main sample addresses was flagged as biological module addresses. At these addresses all adults who participated in the stage 1 interview were eligible to take part in the biological module. There were no biological modules in the Health Board boost sample


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